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Basic Needs Stability Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) - Food + Shelter + Success San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of Food+Shelter+Success, the Basic Needs Stability Coordinator, works with students to explore safe and affordable housing and food stability options, coordinates and implements the HOPE Response Team, and explores crisis resources in a way that promotes dignity, minimizes marginalization, advances Graduation Initiative 2025, and focuses on closing the educational equity gap for an ethnically and culturally diverse student population. The incumbent assesses student situations and provides helps identify on-campus resources to refer students for case management, problem solving, and support.
Genentech Foundation (GF) Scholars Training Program Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt I) - College of Science & Engineering/Student Enrichment Opportunities Office San Francisco
The Genentech Foundation (GF) Scholars Training Program supports students from underrepresented groups including first generation college students, low income students, and students with disabilities for biomedical careers by providing academic support and a stimulating research experience. The Genentech Coordinator supports and coordinates student GF training grants in the Student Enrichment Opportunities (SEO) Office at San Francisco State University. The coordinator is responsible for managing grants’ administration to recipients, maintenance of the GF grant internal budget, student and alumni databases and coordination of expenditures across the program. The GF Program Coordinator will work under the supervision of Genentech Foundation Program Directors and receive lead work from the SEO Office Administrative Lead. Permanent status cannot be achieved in this position.
Program coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/Biology San Francisco
Administrative support for student training grants including purchasing, stipends, travel and safety logistics, planning activities and logistics, report preparation. Interacting closely with PI, staff, and others in projects and University positions.
Creative Lead - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - Race, Empowerment, and Justice San Francisco
The Creative Lead is a key role within the Narrative Change Project of the AACARES Project and reports to the Director of Innovations. This position focuses on overseeing the creative development and execution of creative projects while emphasizing project management expertise. The individual in this role will collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the Narrative Change Project’s deliverables are effectively disseminated and involve community engagement through a wide range of workshops, events and materials.
Lead Groundsworker - (Lead Groundsworker) - Facilities Services San Francisco
Under the direction of the Grounds Operations Manager, the Lead Groundsworker provides working supervision to grounds staff for the performance of general gardening, grounds maintenance, utility services and landscape installation for the Housing facilities. Performs general gardening, grounds maintenance and utility services for Housing facilities.
Building Service Engineer - (Building Service Engineer) - Facilities Services Mechanical Maintenance San Francisco
The Building Service Engineer is distinguished by the independent and ongoing performance of maintenance and repair work on a wide range of heating, ventilating, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, refrigeration, air conditioning, and water systems. The Building Service Engineer performs work on complex heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning and other mechanical systems. Position makes decisions based upon sound maintenance practice.
Stop AAPI Hate Youth Program Lead - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - College of Ethnic Studies San Francisco
The Youth Program Manager serves as the Program Manager for SAH’s Youth Campaign. The Program Manager assesses, formulates, and evaluates the impact of recommended or implemented policies from a strategic and operational perspective. Work requires regular participation in planning and development activities and, as required, independent determination of methods to meet programmatic or administrative goals. Additionally, the role serves as a key contact for the Youth Program; develops programming; supervises and oversees coordinators; teaches and mentors high school student interns and manages projects throughout the year. The Program Manager works with minors, meeting weekly with coordinators and interns. The Program Manager reports to and conducts biweekly check-ins with Director, Interim Project Director and the eventual SAH Youth Program Director.
Accountant III (Accountant III) - University Corporation San Francisco
University Corporation is seeking an accountant with a diverse background which includes investments, complex reconciliation, monthly reporting, as well as preparation of year-end audit documents.
Lead Teacher - (Early Childhood Master Teacher) - Children's Campus San Francisco
Under the direction of the Director, the Head Teacher is responsible for providing high-quality, responsive, and enriching caregiving and education that is in alignment with the Children’s Campus philosophy and mission. The incumbent plans and implements an environment that is rich with relational experiences and hands-on inquiry experiences designed to support the development of a range of social, emotional, self-help, language, literacy, cognitive and motor skills for individuals and groups of children that are aligned with the California State Foundations for Early Learning (Infant, Toddler, and Preschool). The Head Teacher engages in a highly reflective teaching practice that is grounded in child observation and documentation, which informs the planning of learning experiences and the learning environment. The incumbent mentors and trains other classroom staffing including Teachers, Teacher Assistants, and SF State students.
Campus Community Coordinator (Student Services Professional II) - Student Activities & Events San Francisco
The Campus Community Coordinator is responsible for the planning, designing, improving, evaluating, and facilitation of community development activities, programs and events. The Student Campus Community Coordinator assists in the program collaboration of the Divisions of Student Life and Division of Equity and Community Inclusion areas to support University-wide affinity community networking, commuter student support, and broader retention related initiatives. Situated in the Student Engagement and Transition department, the Coordinator will support the strategic development and collaboration between programs and events that support underrepresented students’ co-curricular and extracurricular interests and experiences at San Francisco State.
Director of Student Engagement & Transition (Administrator II) - Division of Student Life - Student Engagement & Transition San Francisco
Under the general direction of the Assistant Dean of Students, the Director of Student Engagement and Transition directs and leads all aspects of the Student Engagement & Transition center, overseeing and managing programs and services, including functional initiatives such as new student orientation, family programs, student leadership/mentorship programs, student organizations, and various university-sponsored campus activities and events.
Academic Counselor (Student Services Professional III) - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/Undergraduate Advising Center San Francisco
The Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning is comprised of several units, all of which hold the students we serve at the heart of our institutional mission. One of these units is the Undergraduate Advising Center (UAC), which provides comprehensive academic counseling to help students achieve their academic, personal, and career goals. The center is the hub for undergraduate advising at San Francisco State. The UAC helps all students understand SF State’s graduation requirements, policies, and procedures. Our goal is to encourage self-advocacy, promote academic success, graduation, and a lifetime of learning.
Groundsworker - (Groundsworker) - Grounds Housing San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Grounds Supervisor, the primary responsibility of the Groundsworker is to plant, cultivate, fertilize, water; rake leaves; remove weeds; remove debris; maintain lawns; prepare and treat soils for planting; utilize and maintain tools, supplies and equipment; trim and prune trees, shrubs, and hedges; and erect tree supports. The Groundsworker may operate and perform minor maintenance on small power-operated equipment. They may also assist in sprinkler repair or nursery functions; and provide work direction to students or unskilled assistants.
Community Service Specialist - (Community Service Specialist) - University Police Department San Francisco
The Community Service Specialist serves as a visible security presence on campus, and within its buildings as assigned, performs security services such as patrolling campus on foot, bike or vehicle to protect campus community and visitors, provides public safety support and assistance to campus police, enforces campus ordinances and parking regulations, and issues citations to violators. Incumbent also provides information to the University Police Department (UPD) regarding any unusual occurrences and/or activities on and around campus.
Student Engagement and Leadership Programs Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) - Career & Leadership Development San Francisco
The Student Engagement & Leadership Programs Coordinator supports undergraduate student retention and graduate student enrollment initiatives within the Division of Graduate Studies & Career Development. Reporting to the Director of Career & Leadership Development, they provide academic and career planning for students at all levels, manage critical leadership development programs, and graduate school application workshops. They represent GSCD and SF State University through presentations, webinars, and tabling events to engage with students and campus partners. They conduct outreach activities to promote The Hub Student Services Center, utilizing technology and tools for effective communication and marketing. The coordinator maintains their knowledge of best practices in student development and advising, focusing on enhancing the student experience in academic and career development.
NERR Director (Administrator II) - Estuary & Ocean Science Center/Romberg Tiburon Campus - College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The Director of the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) at EOS-RTC leads a dynamic, collaborative, and interdisciplinary estuarine science program with local, regional, and national connections. The NERR Director manages the program, supervises staff, manages the budget, coordinates with partner organizations and funders, and provides overall administrative leadership. The position offers a unique opportunity to oversee the application of research to a variety of issue areas including management of tidal wetlands, nature-based adaptation to climate change, water quality, and habitat restoration.
Information Security Officer (Administrator III) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
Under the general direction of the AVP and Chief Information Officer (CIO) and coordinating with the other Directors/Managers in Information Technology Services (ITS), the Director of Information Security and Information Security Officer (ISO) will coordinate and lead the Information Security Team at SF State. The incumbent will act as the SF State’s information security and privacy representative with respect to inquiries from customers, partners, and the public regarding SF State’s information security and privacy strategy; act as liaison to law enforcement agencies while pursuing the sources of network attacks and information thefts; balance security needs with the SF State’s strategic business plan, identify risk factors, and determine solutions to both; develop security and privacy policies and procedures that provide adequate business application protection without interfering with core business requirements; plan and test responses to security breaches, including the discussion of the event with customers, partners, or the public; oversee the selection, testing, configuration, deployment, and maintenance of security products; oversee a staff of employees responsible for security operations.
Tree Trimmer - (Tree Trimmer I) -Grounds Maintenance San Francisco
This position provides tree maintenance, pruning and removal work. It will require work from ladders, aerial lifts and rigging systems as may be needed. In addition, this position provides vertebrate pest control services to the campus to control gopher populations using nonpoisonous means. This position will perform the duties of a Groundsworker when required and will help place bollards and small concrete pieces and signs and help perform excavations on campus as may be necessary.
Network Analyst (Network Analyst - Career) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of Network Services, the Network Analyst is responsible for hands-on support of SF State’s enterprise-wide data communications network, the underlying network infrastructure, the network hardware and the management tools which monitor these devices. The incumbent will design, install, configure, upgrade, monitor, and support multivendor network solutions. This position is responsible for supporting the network wired, wireless, and network infrastructure components. The incumbent shall interact with stakeholders in different departments across campus, throughout the CSU as well as with vendors. This position participates in CSU-wide committees on network, wireless and security topics.
Administrative Lead, San Francisco/Peninsula K-16 Collaborative (Associate, Academic and Institutional Studies II) - Office of Research & Sponsored Programs/Graduate College of Education San Francisco
The San Francisco/Peninsula K-16 Collaborative, a large 2.5 year state-funded grant housed in the Graduate College of Education at SFSU, seeks an Administrative Lead to assist in plans, reports, and activities to ensure that the requirements of funding agency are met. This position presents an exciting opportunity to make a difference in the educational attainment of students across the region by supporting a major effort to develop career pathways. Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator (PI), this position supports and oversees a broad scope of projects related to the day-to-day operations of the grant, including fiscal management, post-award coordination, internal and external communications, website and social media, regional collaboration and event planning, meeting support, and data and fiscal reporting, as well as other duties and responsibilities that may arise as the grant is implemented.

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